Tuesday, May 14, 2013 at 11:15 pm (Updated: May 15, 10:35 am)
Teachers Tim Ensminger and Jessica Alred said taking care of the environment is one of the main focuses of the science clubs at Rockwood Middle and Rockwood High School.
That was evident on a recent Saturday morning when the students spruced up the recycle container that sits between the schools and planted a tree at the high school.
“We’re here to help the earth,” junior Matthew Stamey said, “anything we can do at school and in the community to help make it more green and efficient is a good thing.”
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